Effect of some plants powders, mineral and storage on Aspergillus SP, Penicillium SP in some varieties of Sorghum bicolor (L.) in the store
University of Aden Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences,
Vol. 27 No. 2 (2023),
The examination of This experiment was achieved during two seasons (2019/2020, 2020/2021) in the food and after-harvest technicality the center laboratory of center in Khawr Maksar, Aden.to know the fungal content on two varieties of seeds of Sorghum bicolor by using the powders of (Azadiracta indica leaves, Capsicum annum result, Acacia tortilis ash and Mineral rocks) Which is used in average (25gm/kg seeds) and different storing tools. The laboratory tests were done during (3,6,9,12months) for two planting season and the results have been analyzed by using the factorial experiment conducted four times for each operation. For decreasing the fungi Aspergillus sp, and Penicillium sp in the two varieties Sanisalah and Bini , the powder of Azadirachta indica (412.2,370 cell/g seeds), the powder of Capsicum annum (515.5,465cell/g seeds) ,Acacia tortilis ash (1433.5,1385 cell/g seeds), then Mineral rocks (2160.5,2085 cell/g seeds), (Control) (4778,4725 cell/g seeds) respectively.
The mental Were the best container for storing and reducing the number of fungus cells which attack the seeds stored for two seasons(913.9,845 cell/gm seeds), then plastic containers (1458.8,1385 cell/gm seeds), Nylon bags-Polyethylene (2274.3,2220 cell/gm seeds), Jute bags (2800.6,2734 cell/gm seeds)respectively.
According to this study the fungal content of seeds increases during (3,6,9,12 months) for seasons when the storing period.
Plant Powders, Mineral rocks, Store tools, Aspergillus sp, penicillium sp, seeds of Sorghum bicolor (Sanisalah,Bini)
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